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2013 North American Mobile Enterprise Applications

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  • Research Code : NCA0-01-00-00-00
  • SKU : TE00373-NA-CR_01919
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  • Release Date : 21-Jan-2014
  • Region : North America
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Mobile worker applications continue to expand throughout the North American business sector. This research service analysed a survey conducted in 2013 with responses from North American decision makers who were responsible for purchasing mobile software applications. The analysis focuses on the current use of and future decision-making behaviors toward mobile enterprise applications, specifically: mobile asset tracking, mobile sales force automation (SFA), mobile workforce management, and wireless email solutions. While the overall growth picture seems positive for mobile worker apps, it is imperative that providers monitor customers forward-planning and quickly identify and address the reasons behind any unexpected dips in deployments.
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